The Flood by Daniel

Sirens were getting louder as they flashed red. Everyone was told to evacuate the city. This was urgent so everyone was getting in their cars and driving away. People could see the tsunami getting closer. Everyone was afraid. Eventually the tsunami hit covering parts of the city instantly. It covered the oil industry and anything else that was in its way. People tried to run or drive away but the tsunami was faster. The city was wiped out. Cars, motorcycles and buses crashed into each other as they tried to get away. Some people survived but it was a horrifying experience.

The Oil Industry by Ben

Paul was walking down the road on his way to the shop when he seen oil leaking from the popular red oil industry. Paul knew if he didn’t tell the manager of the industry, it would be urgent to evacuate the building before it was too late. Paul ran up the slippery steps where the oil was leaking and burst through the door. “Call the manager!” urged Paul, “There’s oil leaking through the building we need to get everyone out as soon as possible!” “Ok.” The worker ran up the steps and spoke to the manager. “Everyone evacuate the building don’t be afraid just listen to the protocol.” The intercom explained. Soon everyone was out of the building.

The Oil by Amy

I was in the laptop factory. And then I saw something on the floor… it was red and liquidy.

“What is that?” I said.

It turns out it was oil! The red oil industry was dripping everywhere!

“EVERYONE EVACUATE THE BUILDING!!” Shouted the manager.

“THE OIL IS DRIPPING EVERYWHERE AND ITS VERY TOXIC SO YOU NEED TO GET OUT NOW ITS URGANT!!!”

Everyone rushed out of the building. Everyone was worried and afraid. It turns out one of the oil tanks exploded. The workers got it all cleaned up and got a new tank. I wonder how they cleaned it..

The Protest by Aaron

The new oil and gas industry has just opened and things have not been going so well. There is now a lot of people protesting for it to be shut down because of the amount of pollution that it is doing to our earth. Two weeks after the grand opening some protesters set the industry ablaze. The flames were bright as they were red and yellow as well as making it urgent for the workers to evacuate. Half an hour later the flames were ruthless. The grand owner John Bean was now devastated as all his work was now gone but the planet is now closer to being safe.